The blocks are so cute, primitive and simple. A BOM that would be perfect for anyone who wants to learn to work with wool and hand embroidery. I am using the same background for all my blocks and the applique pieces are all done in wool. I'm excited to see this quilt put together. If you have not been over to Molly's Place, you need to hurry over and check out this BOM!
July 27, 2010
July 24, 2010
The pic below is of the feathers (aka butt feathers) in the sashing.
And here is a picture of the border -- more butts! LOL
I hope you enjoyed this little tour of the Bunny Hill quilt.
July 23, 2010
July 22, 2010
We had a lot of fun. There were many beautiful projects shown at show 'n tell.
This lady was embroidering an assortment of different baskets.
This was a really neat quilt with embroidered horses and pieced blocks. There was even embroidery in the borders.
This was a beautiful and colorful piece. The background was quilted first and then all of the embroidery added.
Kathleen is so happy to be here!
Annie, Molly, and Rhonda hard at work making those laptops talk to those embroidery machines and producing beautiful work.
And as always, it was a wonderful, wacky time with my quilting sistas!!!!
July 21, 2010
Look at all the goodies above: reversible apron, hot pad, oven mitt, emery boards, napkins note pads and cookbook. OH MY!
The above pics show pictures of both sides of the apron! Love it!!!!
July 1, 2010
Left to Right -- Kathleen, Jerri, and Kathy
Jerri, I know you are the 'coolest' quilt teacher in Heaven. Those folks have so much to learn from you. You taught me so much about life, about grace, about dignity, about perserverance. Girlfriend, I miss you SO MUCH. I think of you every single day and I'll never forget you. I thank God for the opportunity to have had you as a friend. Now, have you heard the one about........
Our quilting group was called the Wacky Pac Quilters. There was this group of ladies called the Wacky Women and we were the Brat Pac...and one day....The Wacky Pac was born! Here is a picture of our last retreat as the Wacky Pac Quilters at the Fryer Deer Camp. Jerri's health was failing and unable to stay the entire time. I am so thankful we were able to snap this pic before her hubby picked her up.
L-R: Back row: Molly, Annie, Charlotte Kathleen, Rhonda
Front Row: Jerri, Kathy L and Kathy E
HAPPY, HAPPY BIRTHDAY DEAR JERRI!
I LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU!! I'LL SEE YOU AGAIN ONE DAY.